This may be obvious to some but it's just come up whilst I was reading through Lenore's book 'Personality Type: An owner's manual'.
Using Ti primarily there are two types INTP and ISTP. The book refers to Ti as being personal and actually NOT objective and impersonal as many seem to infer.
Could it be said to be true that for these types to develop they have to realise that their logic and structure is personal to them and not actually representative of objective truth? Ergo an INTP who wishes to be a more developed and happy person needs to accept that they aren't modelling reality truthfully but rather subjectively and allow room for other's to differ?
I know this is linked in with the development of F style attributes but it occurred to me that young INTPs seem obsessed with objectivity, I know I was, and that perhaps by letting go of this misconception they will grow and find things more to their liking (young INTPs having a seeming preference for disliking the world as it is).
Does this make sense?